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01274 484242


Chellow Heights Special School, 147 Thorn Lane, Bradford, BD9 6RY

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Starts: Fri, 24 May 2019

Ends: Thu, 18 Apr 2019

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Chellow Heights Special School (Stay & Play)

What does it do?
Chellow Heights Holiday activities-Offers summer and Easter holiday activities for children with additional needs. Activities may include using the swimming pool, hydrotherapy, sensory room, arts and crafts, rebound, soft play bikes and bouncy castles.

Who is it for?
Children with additional needs up to the age of 11 and their siblings.

How do I access it?
Stay & Play sessions run during the summer and Easter school holidays. The cost is £5 per child. Contact the school directly for further information or to book a place.

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